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present state, throughout the known the earth; with the natural changes of world. With a great variety of oth. surface, caused by foods, earth er interesting and authentic particu. quakes, &c. together with the ele. lars collected from various valuable mentury principles of meteorology works, recording the principal trans. and astronomy, the theory of the actions of the Jews since the time of tides, &c. preceded by an extensive Josephus. Translated by William selection of astronomical, and other Wbiston, A. D. professor of mathe. definitions ; illustrated by a great va. maticks in the university of Cam. riety of Problems, questions for the bridge. examination of the student, &c, de Also to republish-Butterworth', signed for the instruction of youth. Concordance By Thomas Keith, private teacher of Proposals have been issued for pub. Mathematics, Geography,&c. In one lishing, by subscription, A Sketch of vol 12mo.
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THE DESIGN OF AFFLICTIONS,
HOW often in this world of wo Fierce storms arise and tempests
blow! Full oft are all our plans derang'd; Our brightest prospects soon are
chang'd! Our hopes and fears alternate rise; Ourjoys must soon give place to sighs! When we rejoice, we tremble too! With anxious thoughts our comforts
view. Why are we thus expos'd to fear From ills that seem approaching near? Sure, some design pervades the plan By which Jehovah governs man! Yes; when we read the sacred page,
What bright designs our minds enWorthy of God, and full of graceOur profit and Jehovah's praise ! From creatures, thus our minds are
wean'd, From tottering props on which we
lean'd Of this vain world, alas ! too fond, And oft forgetting all beyond ! Made humble thus, and taught to prize The rest remaining 'bove the skies, Where neither storms nor tempesta
blow, But endless joys from Jesus flow!
TO CORRESPONDENTS. A Review of the Review of Dr. Griffin's Dedication Sermon in the An. thology for February last, was reluctantly postponed. It did not arrive till our pages were all in type. It shall appear next month. We have also on hand a very interesting letter from the missionaries in Bengal to their correspondents in Philadelphia. Several original pieces have been received,